Newsletter: A Note from Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, Inc.
WAM is collaborating with the
Screen Actors Guild Foundation
to bring you:
A Conversation and Q&A with
moderated by our own
As part of WAM's mission to encourage interaction between our member organizations, we would like to invite you to come hear from a woman who has crossed industry borders and worked in TV, Cabaret, Film & Theatre!
Eileen Fulton is best known for being the first "bad girl" on television, when she created the role of LisaMiller on the CBS Soap, "As The World Turns" over 50 years ago. However, it was onstage in the Broadway production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? that Eileen found a balance in her ability to perform both onstage and on TV. In the morning she would tape an episode of As the World Turns, then she would be on a Broadway stage for the matinee performance in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and by evening she would be back onstage in the Off-Broadway musical, The Fantasticks. Fulton has also appeared in five independent films, is an established recording artist and critically acclaimed cabaret performer.
A Special Networking Reception will be held after the event. We look forward to meeting you and continuing the discussion on issues of importance to you!
RSVP Required. Seating is limited. If you would like to attend, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Eileen Fulton" in the subject line by Wednesday, June 15th. Also, please indicate if you would like to bring a guest.
leslie is a past president of WAMCoalition, and is a current Special Advisor to our board. Her activism includes serving on the National Board of AFTRA; the Council and Grants Committee for the EAG; and the steering committee for the St. Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital's Crime Victims Treatment Center. leslie is honored by her uniquely long term as National Chair for the Women's Committees of both AFTRA and SAG.